Margot Douaihy, PhD, is a writer, editor and educator exploring multimodal storytelling and LGBTQ+ crime narratives. She is the author of four books, including the true-crime poetry project "Bandit/Queen: The Runaway Story of Belle Starr" (Clemson University Press, 2022). Douaihy teaches Creative Writing and Editing/Publishing (theory and practice) at Franklin Pierce University. She serves as the editor of Northern New England Review and a section editor of the Journal of Creative Writing Studies (RIT Scholar Works). Douaihy’s queer crime fiction, poetry, hybrid texts, critical essays and interactive stories have been published by Adirondack Review, APIARY, Atticus Review, Colorado Review, Diode Editions, Indianapolis Review, The Florida Review, North American Review, PBS NewsHour, The Madison Review, The Moth Magazine, Muswell Press, Mystery Tribune, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Portland Review, and South Carolina Review, among others.
She is participating with the BNL Festival via Sardam.